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Artiste: The King's Singers

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LondresThe King's Singers

Gesualdo, Schütz, de Lassus, Weelkes, Bach, Purcell, Rossi, Byrd, Kreek, Stebbins, Poole, Gibbons
The King's Singers

LiverpoolThe King’s Singers: Finding Harmony

The King’s Singers: Finding Harmony
Byrd, Tallis
The King's Singers

Riga"The King's Singers" vocal ensemble

The King's Singers

LinzThe King’s Singers

Henry VIII King of England, Byrd, Britten, Weelkes, Tomkins, Purcell, Bennett
The King's Singers; Patrick Dunachie; Edward Button; Julian Gregory
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God save the King's Singers ! La musique vocale anglaise en majesté à Gaveau

The King's Singers © Chris O'Donovan
Pour leur passage annuel à la Salle Gaveau, les King's Singers ont proposé un panorama de la musique anglaise de Byrd aux Beatles (en passant par Britten) : ils ont été royaux !

Sounds of Heaven in San Jose

The King's Singers © Chris O'Donovan
California music listeners were blessed with a rare opportunity to hear two internationally renowned vocal ensembles share a unique body of work that, for the most part, is equally rare to hear.

The King's Singers charm Dublin

Madrigals and Folksongs: the King's Singers entertain and delight in a progromme spanning 400 years with glorious singing. 

Nowell sing we now: The King's Singers at Cadogan Hall

The King’s Singers epitomise a cappella musicianship. The group was originally formed in the 1960s by choral scholars of King’s College, Cambridge (and one from Christ Church, Oxford), but its current membership includes members who were previously choral scholars at Oxford, and even one member from New Zealand.

Monarchs and mobiles with The King's Singers at the Three Choirs Festival

Frequent concertgoers in our modern age will be all too aware of the irritation factor of mobile phones going off during performance. The King’s Singers, however, make a feature of the phenomenon and take it to another level. This world-class ensemble delighted a packed Hereford Cathedral, the closing concert of their 2011/12 season coinciding with the Three Choirs Festival.